In its fifth year, the Open Book Series continues to host intellectual discussion and an impressive lineup of authors. People from all around the state came to hear Pulitzer Prize-winning author Anthony Doerr's presentation on his book, “All the Light We Cannot See.”
Internet-famous rapper Riff Raff will perform at the Music Farm on Saturday. Riff Raff talked with The Daily Gamecock about his new single, cowboy boots and the 2016 election.
Looking for a fun weekend getaway? Here are some ideas for planning the perfect weekend road trip to the woodsy town of Helen, Georgia.
Multi-faceted exhibit features social and political issues facing black women in “The Space Between”01/25/2016 1:30pm
The persistent and ever-present obstacles black women face every day are issues that go generally unseen to everyone else. Through sculpture, visuals and a live performance, Michaela Pilar Brown brings some of these issues to light in “The Space Between,” her multi-faceted exhibit showing in the McMaster Gallery.
The Daily Gamecock's Arts & Culture section choose the top album's of 2015
Fresh juice shops are growing in popularity all around the country — a trend we can all get behind. Usually small and local, these stores make freshly squeezed juice on location, promoting a healthy and clean lifestyle. Originally a concept reserved to larger and more hip cities such as New York City and Los Angeles, juice shops are popping up everywhere — and are finally here in Columbia.
Celebrating its 20th year in the Columbia area, the annual South Carolina Oyster Festival on Sunday did not fall short of expectations.
Marking its 15th year this fall, the Columbia Jewish Film Festival has brought Jewish culture, themes and ideas to Soda City once again.
In recent years, gritty and grungy musician Mac Demarco has become a staple of the indie music playlist.
With more than 60,000 Twitter followers, Feminista Jones, has created an impressive online presence writing about what it means to be a black feminist and a woman of strength, while tackling many issues in between.
An Atlanta restaurant staple, Tin Lizzy's Taqueria and Cantina, opened its first out-of-state location in the Vista Monday night.
Riding on the tail of the “Georgia O’Keefe: Her Southern Story” exhibit, the Columbia Museum of Art’s newest exhibit showcases approximately 30 works of art by women across the state of South Carolina. “Independent Spirits: Women Artists in South Carolina” is a strong collection of impressive works that can be found in the Palmetto State.
What was intended to be a free, outdoor concert on the corner of Main and Hampton Streets, Jam Room Music Festival was forced to switch up its original plans due to rain — quite a few times.